John Wesley, the founder of Methodism, believed that small group study was an essential component of spiritual growth and Christian discipleship. Wesley encouraged his followers to participate in "class meetings," where they could discuss their spiritual journeys, share their struggles and successes, and offer each other encouragement and support.
We take donations on the first Sunday of every month to support the food insecure of Hondo. "For I was hungry, and you gave me something to eat, I was thirsty, and you gave me something to drink. I was a stranger, and you invited me in. I needed clothes, and you clothed me. I was sick, and you looked after me. I was in prison, and you came to visit me." MATT 25:35-36
Wesley's commitment to community service is reflected in his own life and ministry. He established a number of social programs, including schools, hospitals, and orphanages, and he advocated for prison reform and improved working conditions for laborers. He also encouraged his followers to work for the betterment of society, promoting education, health, and welfare initiatives. We continue to prioritize community service as an essential aspect of our mission and join Methodists around the world engage in a wide range of service projects.